Former pastor Eugene Kim ’97 wonders what would happen if the Church focused more on community and less on consumption.
Aspiring leaders often jump straight to the Christ-like concept of servant-leadership, but Professor of Economics and Business Kent Seibert wants to salvage lessons from the bleaker examples.
Licensed mental health counselor and author of a #1 Amazon bestseller Janine Halloran ’00 is channeling lessons learned from her 20 years of working with kids and families into new resources for adults.
Whether you live near a top academic hospital or a small private practice, breast surgical oncologist Dr. Alicia Heelan ’07 wants to make sure that you receive the best possible care.
After recovering from a near-complete physical disability, Keanna Smigliani ’21 wants to be the person she needed most during her healing process.
“If the Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirms that ‘everyone has the right to freedom of movement,’ why are the means of movement only available to the wealthy few?” asks Sarah-Catherine Hartiens ’22.
When Ellian Chalfant ’22 took a spring break mission trip to a small, often insular island, she didn’t anticipate the broad cultural encounters.
Adams Endowed Chair in Music Sarita Kwok spent her sabbatical on a groundbreaking recording of music by 18th-century Black composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
In this final installment of the “Gordon Streaming” series, The Bell introduces you a talented group of podcast hosts, songwriters and musicians. One is a beloved professor, and the rest are Gordon alumni. Happy listening!